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Online betting site Betzest has announced that they've signed a content deal with Iron Dog Studio and will work to integrate the developer's games into their software library moving forward.
Betzest is newer on the betting scene, having launched last year with an online sportsbook and casino. The company has been signing multiple content deals to boost their library, with the likes of Evolution, NetEnt, Microgaming, and others all on board. The site has more than 1,850 slots in their library. Iron Dog is a subsidiary of 1x2 Network, and the company has slots like Maori Blaze, Richie in Vegas, and the brand new Pirate Kingdom Megaways.
Commenting on the deal Betzest founder Marius Filip said, "We are thrilled to conclude another amazing partnership with the leading casino provider Iron Dog Studio™. The online casino industry in Latam and International markets continues to grow quickly. Therefore, our goal is to straighten our Casino vertical and modernize the player experience in these regions, through innovative gameplay.
"We see it as another milestone in Betzest™ rapid expansion into Latam and International markets by providing high class entertainment to our players.
"We've had an tremendously pro active 2019 already, with a remarkable collection of world-class casino providers on the way, I'm certain the best is yet to come in 2020."
The games from Iron Dog are available for play now and can be found in the slot machine tab of the website.